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Three militants involved in Chadoora incident, area cordoned off

BUDGAM; A woman was killed while her nephew sustained injuries after they were attacked by unidentified gunmen in Chadoora area of Central Kashmir’s Budgam district on Wednesday.

Officials told that a woman identified as Amreena Bhat from Hushroo Chadoora along with her 10-year-old nephew was fired upon by the unidentified gunmen, leaving them seriously wounded.

The woman and her nephew were immediately rushed to Sub District Hospital Chadoora wherefrom doctors referred the injured lady to Srinagar hospital in critical condition.

However, she succumbed to her injuries on way to the hospital. Medical Superintendent of SMHS hospital, Dr. Kanwaljeet Singh told KNO the lady was brought dead to the hospital.

Moreover, the area has been cordoned off and the searches have been launched to nab the attackers. Meanwhile, police said that three militants associated with Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) are involved in the attack.

“At around 1955 hrs , terrorists fired upon one lady Amreen Bhat D/o Khazir Mohd Bhat R/o Hushroo Chadoora at her home. She was shifted to hospital in injured condition where doctors declared her dead. Her 10 year old nephew who was also at home recieved bullet injury on his arm,” Kashmir Zone Police tweeted.

“Three terrorists of proscribed terror outfit LeT were involved in this heinous terror incident. Area has been cordoned off and search started. Case registered and investigation on,” Police tweeted—(KNO)

 

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